Important changes to the making of urgent applications in Bankruptcy and Companies Court

Important changes to the making of urgent applications in Bankruptcy and Companies Court

How does the recent notice issued by Chief Registrar Baister affect the making of urgent applications in the Bankruptcy and Companies Court?

Chief Registrar Baister issued a notice on 20 November 2013 concerning urgent applications made in the Bankruptcy and Companies Court, in the High Court, London (the notice).

What does the notice say?

The current practice of the Bankruptcy and Companies court (in London) has been that urgent and time-critical applications are heard in their own list (as per para 9.1 of the Practice Direction on Insolvency Proceedings (February 2012) (PD) issued by the Chancellor of the High Court on 23 February 2012). This is normally on Tuesday and Friday mornings. As set out in the notic

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